Observation on Domains of Development SLO1: Identify the typical and atypical physical,

Observation on Domains of Development

SLO1: Identify the typical and atypical physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development of young children from conception through adolescence.

SLO 3: Apply developmental theory of the analysis of child observations, surveys, and/or interviews using investigative research methodologies.

SLO 5: Analyze the importance of the early years and the interaction between maturational process and social/environmental factors and the effects on various areas of development.

PLO 1: Demonstrates the ability to integrate knowledge of (the needs, the characteristics, and multiple influences on) development of children (birth to age eight) as related to high quality of care and education of young children.

Major Revisions Needed

Poor work in this category. You will need to make substantial revisions to this observation before resubmitting it in your Professional Portfolio.

Minor Revisions Needed

Almost. Your work needs to be more detailed or requires some revisions to formatting. You will need to add to/revise this observation prior to submitting it in your

Professional Portfolio.

Meets Expectations

Good work in this category. Prior to including in your Professional Portfolio you will need to add information to demonstrate your continued growth in knowledge.

Exceeds Expectations

Excellent work in this category. Other than documenting any additional growth in knowledge, this assignment is ready for your Professional Portfolio.

CHDV100

Points

1 or 2

3

4

5

Observation:

The degree to which the student answers all the questions (25 questions) and provides objective and detailed observation of child’s physical, cognitive and social-emotional development.

Possible points: 60

Points received: __________

Course Points Earned:

32 and below

Answers less than 70% (18) of the questions.

For those question(s) the student is unable to answer from their observation notes, the student does not provide definitions from the text or examples to illustrate the concept.

Course Points Earned:

33-38

Answers 70% (18) of the questions.

When unable to answer a question(s) from their observation notes, the student completes the required questions by providing general information.

Course Points Earned:

39-45

Answers 80% (20) of the questions.

May answer all the questions but lack details and may not be adequate.

When unable to answer a question(s) from their observation notes, student defines the concept & provides an example that clearly illustrates the concept (and is not an example from the text).

Course Points Earned:

50-55

Answers 100 to 90% (23) of the questions.

All the answers are complete and adequate. The answers reflect the questions.

When unable to answer a question(s) based on their observation notes, the student defines the concept & provides an example that clearly illustrates the concept (and is not an example from the text).

Major Revisions needed

1 or 2

Minor revisions needed

3

Meets Expectations

4

Exceeds Expectations

5

Analysis/conclusion thoughts: Identifying Typical and Atypical:

The degree to which the student demonstrates knowledge of typical and atypical development by identifying, comparing and summarizing the child’s physical, cognitive and social-emotional development.

Possible points: 30 (10 points for each domain)

Physical: _____

Cognitive: _____

Social/Emotional: _____

Total Points received: ________

Course Points Earned (for each domain): 6

For each domain, student does not use at least three specific pieces of information from the text to support their explanation as to whether or not they feel the child’s development is “typical” or “atypical”.

None of Statements are supported by references to the readings in correct APA format.

Course Points Earned

(for each domain): 7

For each domain, student uses a minimum of two specific pieces of information from the text to support their explanation as to whether or not they feel the child’s development is “typical” or “atypical”.

Some of the statements are supported by references to the readings in correct APA format.

Course Points Earned (for each domain): 8

For each domain, student uses a minimum of three specific pieces of information from the text to support their explanation as to whether or not they feel the child’s development is “typical” or “atypical”.

All statements are supported by references to the readings in correct APA format.

Course Points Earned (for each domain): 9+

For each domain, student uses a minimum of four specific pieces of information from the text to support their explanation as to whether or not they feel the child’s development is “typical” or “atypical”.

All statements are supported by references to the readings in correct APA format.

Analyzing Interaction: Interrelationships

The degree to which the student articulates interdependence of physical, cognitive, social-emotional development.

Possible points: 10

Points received:_______

Course Points Earned:

1 or 2

Student does not describe an activity nor discuss how the child’s skill in one domain influences their actions/behaviors in the other two domains.

Student does not include the explanation on the importance of the early years and the interaction between maturational process (nature/genetic) and social/environmental factors (nurture) and the effects on various areas of development (3 domains)

Course Points Earned: 3

Student describes an activity that illustrates the interrelatedness of the three domains.

Student’s discussion of the activity does not clearly explain how the child’s skill in one domain influences actions/behaviors in the other two domains.

Student’s explanation is vague and does not relate the importance of the early years and the interaction between maturational process (nature/genetic) and social/environmental factors (nurture) and the effects on various areas of development (3 domains)

Course Points Earned: 4

Student describes an activity that illustrates the interrelatedness of the three domains.

Student’s discussion of the activity clearly explains how the child’s skill in one domain influences actions/behaviors in the other two domains.

Student explains the importance of the early years and the interaction between maturational process (nature/genetic) and social/environmental factors (nurture) and the effects on various areas of development (3 domains) but lack detail.

Course Points Earned: 5

Student describes an activity that illustrates the interrelatedness of the three domains.

Discussion of the activity clearly explains how the child’s skill in one domain influences actions/behaviors in the other 2 domains.

Based on child’s current skills, student identifies/discusses one potential long term outcome.

Student clearly explains the importance of the early years and the interaction between maturational process (nature/genetic) and social/environmental factors (nurture) and the effects on various areas of development (3 domains).

Major Revisions needed

7 and below

Minor revisions needed

8

Meets Expectations

10

Exceeds Expectations

12

Reflection/Conclusion Thoughts:

The degree to which student exhibits the ability to reflects and connect observation to future growth.

Possible points: 15

Points received: ________

Course Points Earned:

7 and below

Student only discusses one or no concepts they have learned from the assignment.

Student does not explain how information learned will be used for future growth… they don’t discuss how they will use the skills they have developed or how they will improve or build upon their strengths and weaknesses.

Course Points Earned: 8

Student discusses at least 2 significant concepts learned and one skills from the assignment.

Student provides an explanation as to how information learned will be used for future growth; however, this explanation is lacking detail … they discuss how they will use the skills they have developed and how they will improve or build upon their strengths and weaknesses; however, this discussion is lacking in detail.

Course Points Earned: 10

Student discusses knowledge: at least 3 significant concepts learned from the assignment.

Student discusses skills: at least 2 skills learned from the assignment

Student provides an explanation as to how information and skills learned will be used for future growth – student discusses how they will use the skills they have developed; and how they will improve or build upon their strengths and weaknesses. But lack details.

Student discuss beliefs but not specific.

Course Points Earned: 12

Student discusses knowledge: at least 4 significant concepts learned from the assignment.

Student discusses skills: at least 3 skills learned from the assignment

Student provides an explanation as to how information and skills learned will be used for future growth – student discusses how they will use the skills they have developed; and how they will improve or build upon their strengths and weaknesses.

Student clearly and specifically discuss beliefs

Quality of Writing:

The degree to which the observation is proofread and edited for spelling, grammar, formatting, and neatness. A reference (works cited) page is provided.

(Points Possible: 10

Points received: _______

Course Points Earned:

5 and below

The assignment does not appear to have been proofread and/or edited for spelling, grammar or formatting. Paper is not easy to read.

– Does not Included work cited/reference page at the end but not correct APA format.

-No cover page,

– no signature.

Course Points Earned: 6

The assignment has many spelling, grammatical, or formatting mistakes. Paper must be neater.

The paper is somewhat neatly typed.

-Included work cited/reference page at the end but not correct APA format.

-Included cover page with appropriate signature.

-May include cover page but not signature.

Course Points Earned: 8

The assignment is proofread and edited, with few spelling, grammatical, or formatting mistakes. The paper is somewhat neatly typed.

-Included work cited/reference page at the end but not correct APA format.

-Included cover page with appropriate signature.

Course Points Earned: 10

-The assignment is clearly proofread and edited, with no spelling, grammatical, or formatting mistakes.

-The paper is neatly typed.

-Included work cited/reference page at the end.

-Included cover page with appropriate signature.

CHDV 100

Possible points: 125

Points received _______